## Neutrons, X-rays and Light: Scattering Methods Applied to Soft Condensed MatterScattering experiments, using X-ray, light and neutron sources (in historical order) are key techniques for studying structure and dynamics in systems containing colliods, polymers, surfactants and biological macromolecules, summarized here as soft condensed matter. The education in this field in Europe is very heterogeneous and frequently inadequate, which severely limits an efficient use of these methods, especially at large-scale facilities. The series of "Bombannes" schools and the completely revised and updated second edition of the lecture notes are devoted to a practical approach to current methodology of static and dynamic techiques. Basic information on data interpretation, on the complementarity of the different types of radiation, as well as information on recent applications and developments is presented. The aim is to avoid over - as well as under-exploitation of data. |

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Another contribution is the fact that the peak of the p(r) function is slightly shifted

to larger r

The scattering curves for a typical

...

Another contribution is the fact that the peak of the p(r) function is slightly shifted

to larger r

**values**if m > 1.2 thus increasing a little the apparent size of the particle.The scattering curves for a typical

**value**of a (a = 4.6, D — 600 nm) are shown in...

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Cutoff

the theoretical p(r) function of a sphere, with negligible termination effects.

Increasing m

diameter D.

Cutoff

**values**: qm,„ = 0.0032 nm ', <?max= 0.0296 nm-1. the curve is very close tothe theoretical p(r) function of a sphere, with negligible termination effects.

Increasing m

**values**introduce oscillations about the abscissa beyond thediameter D.

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The

means of a stability plot. In any case the

and the Lagrange multiplier have to be determined simultaneously. This cannot

be ...

The

**value**of this Lagrange multiplier has to be determined, which is done bymeans of a stability plot. In any case the

**values**of the parameters (e.g., m or cr)and the Lagrange multiplier have to be determined simultaneously. This cannot

be ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Scattering Experiments | 3 |

Experimental Aspects Initial Data Reduction | 23 |

General Theorems in SmallAngle Scattering | 49 |

Copyright | |

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